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  2. Lincoln Centennial Association (Springfield, Ill.) (39)

Addresses : delivered at the celebration of the one hundred and sixth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, under the auspices of the Lincoln Centennial Association at the State Armoury, in Springfield, Illinois, the twelfth day of February, nineteen hundred and fifteen ; [and,] Memorial exercises on the occasion of the semi-centennial anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

Other Title:
Lincoln Centennial Association addresses and Memorial exercises, 1915; Memorial exercises on the occasion of the semi-centennial anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln Centennial Association (Springfield, Ill.), Humphrey, J. Otis, Borglum, Gutzon, Glennon, John P., Dunne, Edward F., Fallows, Samuel,
Other Authors:
Humphrey, J. Otis, 1850-1918.
Item ID:
Springfield, [Ill.] : Printed for the Association, [1915] (Springfield, Ill. : Jeffersons Printing Co.)
Call Number:
E457.7 .A14 1915
Physical Description:
xii, 13-67, iv, [5]-66 p. ; 20 cm.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Anniversaries, etc.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Assassination -- Sermons.
CLICK ON WEB ADDRESS TO REACH THIS DOCUMENT.; Addresses. Speakers at former celebrations -- Governor Edward F. Dunne, the toastmaster of the occasion made the following introductory remarks -- Lincoln: the man and the democrat / the address delivered by the Most Reverend Archbishop Glennon of St. Louis -- The beauty of Lincoln and his place in art / Gutzon Borglum -- Lincoln: the height of America / as delivered by the Right Reverend Samuel Fallows --; Memorial exercises. Invocation / by the Reverend Donald C. MacLeod -- Colonel Charles F. Mills introducing the temporary Chairman -- Introductory remarks / by the temporary Chairman, Honorable J. Otis Humphrey -- Proclamation of the Governor of Illinois / as read by Honorable Hugh S. Magill, Jr. -- The temporary Chairman introducing Governor Dunne -- Preliminary remarks / by Governor Edward F. Dunne, the Presiding Officer -- Lincoln's favorite poem "Why should the spirit of mortal be proud," written in 1778 by Alexander Know / sung on this occasion by Mr. Lawrence L. Flynn -- The Presiding Officer introducing the Right Reverend Samuel Fallows -- Address of Bishop Fallows -- "O captain! My captain" Walt Whitman's commemoration ode on Lincoln's death / sung on this occasion by Mrs. Helen Brown Read -- The Presiding Officer introducing William Fraser McDowell -- Address of Bishop McDowell -- "Illinois" / sung by Mrs. Grace Partridge -- Benediction / by the Reverend Frank Waller Allen.; Book, flexible boards.
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Holding Institution:
Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
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